The Best Late Night Burritos in Toronto
The best late night burritos in Toronto will surely hit the spot after last call - which is likely why many are concentrated around Toronto's Club District. Consider these blissful bundles of rice, cheese and beans as hand-held forms of hangover prevention that are perfect for satisfying hunger pangs when cravings flare up in the middle of the night.
Here are the best late night burritos in Toronto.
Four Toronto locations are open until at least 3 a.m. on weekends to feed everyone after last call. Burritos comes with a choice of eight different fillings (such as chicken, steak, sweet potato and haddock) that can be topped up with refried beans, Tex Mex cheese, chili lime burrito sauce and other essentials. More »
Select locations like the ones on West Queen West and Adelaide are open until 3 a.m. or later. Burritos here are extra large and come stuffed with meat like Buffalo chicken, butter chicken and sweet chili Thai chicken. You can also sub in noodles for rice. More »
The location inside Lee's Palace is open until after 3 a.m. accommodating party-goers on Bloor looking to fill up on big bundles of rice, beans and veg after last call. When it comes to featured fillings, you'll find the standards like chicken, steak and pulled pork, plus the breakfast burrito packed with scrambled eggs. More »
This burrito purveyor operates locations in Little Italy and another at Richmond and Spadina that stay open until 4 a.m.. Highlights on the menu include chicken tinga, chorizo and pulled pork packed with basmati rice and optional pinto beans, corn, pico de gallo, complimentary guac' and fresh veggies. More »
From the same brand that brought Toronto late-night poutine and late-night weiners, this burritorie on Adelaide is a reliable source for after-hours eats. Menu staples include the usual array of burrito fillings such as spicy chorizo, pulled pork and glazed yams. More »
This one-stop shop for burritos and Middle Eastern eats at Queen and Duncan is open until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. The usual array of Tex Mex-inspired fillings such as chicken, steak, fish and soy proteins are on offer along with unique creations including a Philly cheesesteak burrito and a falafel burrito. More »
Open until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, this subterranean burrito shop on Peter Street that was once home to the original Burrito Boyz features burritos packed with triple A steak, pulled pork, mango chicken, halibut or shrimp. More »
The location on Church Street can be found bustling until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Here burritos start with a choice of chicken, steak, pulled pork or grilled lime tilapia and are built to order with brown or chili lime rice, beans, sauteed veg, salsa and cheese. Alas, guac' is extra. More »